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PMRG Endorses Legal Team

After an extensive search, the Parents Medical Rights Group (PMRG) is proud to announce and endorse the law firm Frances Alexander, and Beth Maloney, Esq. to protect, prosecute, defend, and seek justice for the many families who have been hurt by the Lehigh Valley Health Network (LVHN), Dr. Debra Esernio-Jenssen and her colleagues, the Child Advocacy Center (CAC), and/or Children and Youth Services (CYS).

If this has happened to you, or someone you know,

please click the link below for more information.

About PMRG

Parents' Medical Rights Group (PMRG) is a 501 c(4) non-profit organization created in 2023 by parents in the Greater Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania.

We believe in the fundamental constitutional right to parent and that the vast majority of parents are caring loving individuals, who always want to do right by their children. When children are sick or injured parents need to be treated fairly, not to become pawns in a game.

Mission Statement

The mission of the Parents' Medical Rights Group (PMRG) is to enhance the dignity and quality of life for children and families within their communities.

Vision

The Parents' Medical Rights Group supports the basic parental right to partner with doctors, clinicians, hospitals, and insurers to decide best practices for care in keeping children healthy. PMRG will assure that parents voices are heard, and that parents have a seat at the table for every aspect of our children’s medical care. These rights extend across physical, psychological, and emotional domains, as well as across all home, school, and community settings.

PMRG is based out of the Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania.  Given the high volume of local families affected, PMRG is currently limited to those affected by false allegations in Lehigh Valley and surrounding counties.

Objectives

We are aware of the alarming rate at which Lehigh Valley families are being destroyed by false allegations of abuse. We pursue every avenue to establish accountability for false allegations of child abuse.

This includes:

A) Raising general awareness through educational tools, traditional and social media 

B) Pursuing regulatory, licensing and legal complaints.

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